Rookie officer Jeff Cole works his way up the ladder as an undercover officer. He goes undercover into a large drug empire run by a man who calls him self God. Acting as J. Reid, Cole works... See full summary »
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Michael (or Fresh as he's well known) is a 12-year-old drug pusher who lives in a crowded housing project with his cousins and aunt. His father has become a street bum, but still meets with... See full summary »
Samuel L. Jackson
Rookie officer Jeff Cole works his way up the ladder as an undercover officer. He goes undercover into a large drug empire run by a man who calls him self God. Acting as J. Reid, Cole works his way up the ranks and soon becomes close friends on the business and personal side with God. Cole's superior officer fears that he has gone too far in and may not be able to go back to his real self. Written by
This movie wasn't bad at all, in fact, I never rented when it was new because it just *looked* bad. It was actually almost an exact remake of "Deep Cover," with many of the same elements. I suggest watching them back to back to see what I mean. There's the cop who starts to like, somewhat, his target, there's the beating up of a once trusted confidant on a pool table, there's the frequent meetings in out of the way places with his superiors. The only real drawback of this film is the "love story," which did nothing but destroy all momentum the film had going, each and every time that subject came up. Edit that out and you'd have a great movie.
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